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game is played. watch the guy in red here. that guy with the circle. he falls down. is he hurt? maybe he is hurt. watch the replay. so he falls down. looks around. am i hurt? i've decided to be hurt. this is another really good. this next one watch the guy in yellow. they are having words, upset, having a confrontation. i am deciding to fall down. the guy in the stripes is like what? this is my favorite. you watch this one unfold it looks like the guy in red might be hurt. you see the replay. watch what he does. he picks up the other guy's hand and uses it to punch himself in the face thus creating a very keen illusion that the guy in the yellow shirt might have punched him in the face. as non-die hard soccer fans when america's attention turns to the
by ruth and the owner of the red sox. the represents the highest price ever paid for a sports contract. be nice to have a million dollars laying around. >> i would not mind. thanks eva. >>> here's something you don't see everyday on the schuylkill expressway it's called invisible river. isn't this beautiful. you can see two dancers suspended from the strawberry mansion bridge. 65 boats traveled along the river to take part. if you want to see it in person, they perform tonight 7 to
red from radar. >> a h5017 took off from west africa and on the way to algiers, a 3000-mile trip. "eyewitness news" has learned that the plane was carrying about 110 passengers and six crew members on game. this all just breaking. we will stay on top of this and update you throughout theoon as we get more information. >>> developing overnight, faa is lifting the air travel to and from israel's main airport in rain down on take a look at new video secretary of state john ker progress made during a cease-fire between israel and hamas. "eyewitness news" reporter jane carabao is live at the the philadelphia international airport with details, >> itsor avel ban to israel first flight leaving for tel aviv from !!philly w+
grains for their cereal, bread, and pasta, beans, vegetables, yellow, red, green, and fruit. now, what particular vegetables do we want them to have? bok choy, swiss chard, kale, collard greens, mustard green, napa cabbage, broccoli, kawer
in for? topper shutt is tracking the storms that are in behind the red alert. >> there's no bright yellows in the immediate metro area. no severe thunderstorm warnings at this hour, but there's a severe thunderstorm watch. fairfax, montgomery, and all of southern maryland. you folks out in loudoun county are clear and even out toward fauquier county, you're clear. not to say you won't have a shower, but the threat for severe weather is over. but the watch will continue in the immediate metro area until 9:00. radar over the past three hours, there goes our first blast of severe weather. now we have a second line trying to develop. a little cell north of leesburg and extending across 66 down into the warrenton area. these are heavy. these are all red, which indicates heavy activity on the radar. right now, no reports of hail or wind, but be advised. these are going to produce heavy downpours and flash flooding. so, please take it easy if you're going out 66 westbound. you have a little bit of a break right now if you're going down 95 south for the time being. everything is moving off
in red, listen up if you have a red dress on you may want to rethink wearing it, this monday morning, how wearing red can leave the wrong impression on your female friends. >> um-hmm, jen? >> hey guys we are in stone harbor because that is where the flyers prospects are, it is development camp and they are making them do all kind of stuff, they are holding hand and helping each other down the beach. >> oh, my. >> yes, their job doesn't stink today my friend. >> no. >> wow. >> all morning long we have been asking to you send us your pictures from what you did over the weekend and we will talk about what you did as soon as mike gets here. >> come on back. >> what up. >> do we get any picture. >> yes, we did, people are not using hash tag. >> fox 29 weekend, we are getting a lot. >> or we won't see it. >> so over the weekend, i had kind of a celestial weekend. >> wow. >> well, i think it happens every couple times of the years. i had to go up to new york to do a little bit of work. sunset friday night, saturday night, you know how city of manhattan is all line up on a grid, it is all laid ou
and storms. we'll also talk about another yellow alert for tomorrow. >> plus d.c. cops running red light after red light. >> there's just no justification for this whatsoever. >> now hear investigative reporter russ ptacek ask the d.c. police chief if her officers are putting you in danger. >> good evening. i'm jan jeffcoat. >> and i'm derek mcginty. looks like all that bad weather that swept through our town earlier moved on, but only for now. >> about 900 pepco customers and 900 dominion virginia customers without power tonight. those 50-mile an hour winds with the heavy rain did some damage. check out this traffic light we just showed you, one of two we saw knocked over. this is at the intersection of 14th and pennsylvania in northwest d.c. any other damage reports on storm tracker? >> what about doppler now and the morning commute? >> we have some more damage reports primarily south and east of town. a lot of the activity was near town. this was a tree down on the roadway at dominion drive and birch road, lot of reports of trees down, another report of a tree fell on wires and two ca
. see you tomorrow night. >>> tonight, on "red eye" -- >>> coming up on "red eye," do kids learn more at clown college than a four-year college? the big debate with real implications for your children. and what does president obama think about litter puke pop star kesha? >> i really like her. >> and are squirrel ladies the new cat ladies? the terrifying trend that could change what pictures your co-workers show you, next. none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> and now let's welcome our guests. well, don't let her looks fool you, she's cute in person. it's joanne nosuchinsky. he's a monster in the sack, and also in the mirror. it's tv's andy levy. and when there's a will, there's someone telling him to get away, it's will rahn. and he's whiter than an albino doing coke in a blizzard, comedian tom shillue. >> if you were a doughnut, i would eat you greg, but then i would feel guilty knowing i ate the best doughnut in the world and my only friend. >> that's touching. did they cross the line by messing with our minds? last week, facebook, whatever that is, revealed it manipulated
street between fifth and 12th will resemble a red carpet. but it's muni getting the star treatment, not drivers. jean elle is live in san francisco to explain why everyone will soon be seeing red, jean. >> reporter: they will be, jessica. i'll tell you, there are already transit only lanes out here on market street. but drivers either don't see or they ignore the rules that are painted on the road. so crews are out here right now getting ready to roll out red thermoplastic here on market street. a color transit officials will drive you out of the transit lane, clearing the way for muni. >> there has been multiple times where i've had to call a car service to pick me up because muni said it was going to come at a certain time, and 20 minutes later it's not there. >> reporter: victoria would save a lot of money if she could really rely on muni. the transit agency is hoping a red carpet of sorts will give riders the star treatment they deserve. >> having that red surface, it really indicates that this is a special space. >> reporter: a special place where only buses and taxis can go.
deputy prime minister. he is funny. that's my off-the-record comment >>> tonight on "red eye." >> coming up on "red eye" how far will shia lebeouf go to not have to act in anymore movies? we report and you watch him run and hide. and how much does the vice president expect to spend on macaroni and cheese between now and 2016? >> $3.6 trillion. and i make no apology for that. [applause]. >> and finally, does the belief that crop circles are created by space aliens make you stupid, really stupid or really, really stupid? our expert panel settles it once and for all next. none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> let's welcome our guest. her voice is raspier than rod stewart and kim carnes after smoking three packs of camels. her first day on the job is tomorrow, congrats. wear pants. she gets down to brass tax and bottoms of bottles because she is a drunk. it is joanne nosuchunsky. well, his face lights up less often than the dark side of the moon. there you go. it is tv's andy levy. and they say don't be a stranger which is why the law requires him to go door-to-door in h
massachusetts, that was year they broke curse 2004 when red sox beat cardinals in the world series. so this picture actually is when he is six months old. >> can i say something totally inappropriate. >> you look really good looking in that picture there. >> that was ten years ago. >> yeah. >> working this shift does to you. >> yes. >> we're all back in the day. >> all right. >> we want to tell you. >> thank you, i think. go ahead. >> you are still handsomish. >> you are still handsome, our big stud in the morning. high even retailers cashing in on customers who feel reject. thinks an odd twist of events. why do you want to tip more when you tell us we can't have it. when people are rude to you, apparently, it makes us want something more. let me show you something a scene from press would i man. >> i don't think this was fishing. >> well, i didn't ask i asked how much it was. >> how much is this, marie. >> it is very expensive. >> it is very expensive. >> yes. >> look i got money to spend in here. >> i don't think we have anything for you. >> you are obviously in the wrong place, plea
. >>> and in the animal kingdom, the color red is often seen as a sign of readiness to mate. scientists believe that culture pushes over into the human population. and a new study on jennifer lawrence shows some may have seen her as a threat. women become more protective of their husbands and boyfriends when they see the woman in red. saying it could be sexually per acceptive. researchers say men see the color the same way. >> well, we're all in blue here. >> nobody is in red. sandy patel is not in red. >> and neither of us are wearing red. >> i noticed. >> outside here, brighter, low clouds around this morning along with the measurable drizzle along the coast, all kind of fading away. believe it or not the marine layer deepened. now breaking apart. so definitely a brighter afternoon and evening. let me show you live doppler 7 hd. we'll talk about your weekend including warmer weather. most of the bay area enjoying sunshine. there is some low clouds hanging onto parts of the coastline, san mateo county. most of you enjoying the sunshine, the area of low pressure pulling up the monsoon moisture
it easier for firefighters in washington state today and there could be rain there by wednesday. the red cross is sending four bay area workers to the wildfire zone. at least 150 homes have burned and one man died of a heart attack trying to save his house. >>> police in petaluma are warning people of a scam involving fake bars of gold. a suspect approaches in a public place and offers to sell gold at half its value. then a second man appears and says he can help verify the gold. the suspects are described as latino men about age 60 and 35. >>> new at noon san francisco bay area home prices are still 2.2% lower than their peak in 2006. but a zillow survey predicts prices will be back to pre-recession levels by the end of the year. median home values rose 3-point seven% in the latest quarter. they are up 14.3% from a year ago and the median price is just over $692,000. >>> construction could start as soon as fall to make a busy stretch of san francisco's broadway street safer. public works is completing its plans for congested area of chinatown. it calls for a different median configurati
on board that air algieri flight. >>> buses and taxis starting to get red carpet treatment tonight in san francisco. crews just started installing the new red zone. where are the cars supposed to go? andria borba shows us. >> reporter: there are already signs all over market street warning drivers to stay out of the left lane. it is for transit only. bus and taxis. they are about to get more obvious markings. the paint job will look like the like lane paint job only bright red. the painting starts tonight and it is set to end in november. >> the red lane project is going to cost about $2 million. next spot to get the red carpet treatment, judas street. >>> we got our hands on the new menu for the levi stadium. >> betty, how much is a burger nor. >> reporter: well a house ground angus beef burger will cost you $11. and for this bottle of aquafina, 5.75. they said lit like going to an expensive movie but better because you get to cheer off your favorite team in the nfl's best theater. there will be more types of food, more places to buy it and it will cost more. >> how much do you think it
to evesham township. the kids and their bikes were decked out in red, white and blue. they were on maple avenue led by uncle sam. >>> many are traveling on the road this holiday weekend. >>> that is right. matt is telling us how it is going for them right now. hi, matt. >> you are not supposed to drive your car down the parkway. 21 and 22 are also blocked in the vicinity of the parkway. what is not blocked whatsoever is the vine street expressway and the schuylkill expressway. the major highways this afternoon look good. because of the closures the septa buses are running for detours. and if you get to the welcome america and late night trains on the rails helping you to get along. we are on a sunday schedule with 10 minute delays on the lands dale, doylestown drive. a crash off in the gore point and blocking the left lane u.ing get by with no problem. one in harleysville pike. 113 at godshaw road. we have a water maybe break southbound near airport road. a shoulder is squeezing by that break. you can get by. on the major roads i-95 are delayed at 12 minutes on nay - - naymons road. it's
the wearer is feeling. >> red means the passenger is anxious, but when it's blue, it means the passenger is calm. this was used on a flight from new york to london. this is a long overseas flight. this is a brilliant idea on the part of british airways and great information for them to have. people who are afraid to fly or feel cramped, it gives them accurate information about that flight experience as it's happening. >> most importantly, we discovered the unwafering sense of well being boy sinking into deep undisturbed sleep. >> put that blanket on someone in coach. i would be happy if i was sitting up there with a glass of wine. see what the people in coach are doing. >> a paraglider gets ready to take flight. he gets a little too close. see how it takes two. how a sea turtle is found tangled up. the rescue to save him from the net. cken oror m mararghghereritita a fl, baked fresh h inin h houe and served with your choice ofof s sououp p oror s sal. chchilili'i's s luluncnch, starting at just 6 bucks. momorere l lifife e hahapp. . >> when you break the law, you hurt other things. you h
that the mayor was on her phone at the time and possibly ran a red light. immediately after the crash the mayor denied both claims. >> i was not on my phone. my phone records will show that. >> reporter: some witnesses also told police it was the other driver who ran the red. in the end the police department's traffic investigation unit said it can't determine who was at fault because of conflicting accounts. in a statement released friday, mayor quan responds to the findings saying, quote, i was not using my cell phone while driving and it was not a factor in the traffic accident. i stand by my original statement that i do not believe i ran the red light. the investigation was in conclusive on this point due to the fact there was no witnesses who saw it. two photos surfaced with her behind the wheel but they did not result -- she said she was thankful that nobody was seriously hurt. live in oakland tonight, kron 4 news. >>> just new, fire crews are battling a 50-acre fire along marsh creek road. fire officials say the blaze is threatening buildings. they say a vehicle accident that knocked d
will be here with us next >>> this is a red alert day. now, here's wusa9's first alert weather. >> i know you like the weather, but i don't think you planned for this kind of thing consecutively. you warned us about it. >> even at 11:00, we survived the red alert. >> this is interesting to have these many days with severe weather. >> we have an end in sight. so we hang on another three hours, we'll be in the clear by the time we get into wednesday morning. in the meantime, round one is over. round two is still back to the west. don't let your guard down just yet. let's start with a look outside. temperatures 79. that's rain cooled. the dew points are still not comfortable. they are still in the 70s. notice the wind south, southeast at 3. we're not going to get the comfortable air until late tonight. so just sort of keep that in mind. there's an end in sight, but it's going to take a while. we are looking at a severe thunderstorm watch until 9:00. it's been trimmed back a little bit. loudoun county, you are no longer under it and fauquier county, you're in it as well. the second line, the b
in the poll. good night from washington. >>> tonight on "red eye." >> coming up on "red eye." is the government hiding the existence of a trio of evil space cats hell bent on the destruction? we pick up where special report left off. what did the vice president think about a movie involving a talking tree and a talking raccoon? >> i thought, finally. finally. think about it. i am not joking. >> and finally, are our enemies breeding a race of over sized children? and how big will they be when they are fully tbroan? fully grown? none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> and now let's welcome our guests. she is hotter than a hot spring and twice as bubbly. i am here with carly simkus. her favorite sport is husband hunting. some think it is cruel, but she always uses the whole man. it is joanne nosuchunsky. and he makes cardboard cutouts seem animated. and his jokes are darker than my stool. yes, it is made of a nice ebony. itit is comedian sam morrell. i will always get it wrong. it bill's new thrill. hillary clinton's hub be has a big chested blonde mistress who visits o
missing were his wallet, his keys, and his red mazda coupe. looked as if he had gone out for a drive and would be back in a minute. >> no answers to anything. just like he vanished out of thin air. >> reporter: except for the strange e-mails altinger had supposedly sent about falling in love anacostia ricca, which to the cops, said clark, seemed perfectly reasonable. not hard to imagine a love struck man might want to leave the snow and ice of edmonton behind and skip off to the tropics. >> this guy sent these e-mails to his friends and we're going, well that's strange, but who knows? maybe he did go to costa rica. stranger things have happened. you don't know. >> reporter: at least that's how clark felt before he stepped through the looking glass. and followed the missing man's trail into a strange place of make believe, a makeshift movie studio. >> as soon as they called me on the phone, i got this weird chill. when was the last time your wireless company made you feel like this? or, this? the new cricket wireless believes you should be doing a lot more of this. so we don't have an
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. they are getting help from the red cross. again still working to figure out a calls to the blaze. the red i don't red cross is asf anybody needs help to contact them. they have temporarily bartram high school open. if you need help contact the red cross. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news" southwest philadelphia. >> thank you for that update. >>> a teenager from glen mills, delaware county is recovering after being involved in a terrible hit and run in wildwood. it happened on rio grand avenue at 3:00 a.m. he was transferred to children's hospital in philadelphia where he remains in the icu being treated for serious head injuries. his sister spoke to "action news" tonight. >> right now we're trying to keep a level head about it, but he has swelling in the brain, bruising, we're looking for the person to come forward, the person knows he did it, there were four other kids present that saw it and apparently other cars stopped, too. >> in fact the suspect's passenger side mirror was recovered near the scene. anyone with any information should contact wildwood applies. the local girl who se
balloons and teddy bears near the site. >> play for their souls. and that god be with them. >> red cross is assisting 29 people displaced from the fire. they're asking for if many and clothing donations and at this point the fire still remains under investigation. no word on a cause. for now reporting from southwest philadelphia, an app, "channel 6 action news."" >> meantime three people managed to get out safely when a row house erupted in flames overnight in west philadelphia. crews believe the fire started third floor of the home there 51 and chestnut. a neighbor told "action news" he helped three people escape before firefighters arrived and no word on how the fire started. >>> two teenagers became latest victims of gun violence in the city as they walk dop a street in philadelphia. on at laptic street in port richmond when someone opened fire in their direction this morning. a 14-year-old was shot several toymz and 18-year-old was hit once in the leg. both were taken to the hospital in stable condition. no arrests in this case. >> investigators in northeast philadelphia are serving
to red. this may be something we're doing this afternoon. we have a little more shear in the environment so we have the potential for more damaging storms this afternoon. here's the big picture. we're seeing a cold front in ohio and pennsylvania. ahead of that it's warm enough that we've seen isolated showers riding up from montgomery county. but in the immediate metro, just partly to mostly cloudy skies. once you get west of 81 are seeing it now and will see it first. for us, you see these showers? there's a sprinkle south of frederick now. we've had showers in western howard county. we will see this stuff increase as we go over the next few hours. and in west virginia and western maryland, those showers and clouds are keeping your temperature down a bit. the futurecast for the afternoon, a scattering of showers and storms mostly north and west by 2:30. when you see the oranges and relds popping up here a -- reds popping up here as we go to 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 p.m., we're talking about the potential stronger storms. by 6:00 another cluster approaches from the southwest for the evening hour
apparently locked alone in his red ford truck. parked in the garage with a window cracked open in 81- degree weather. investigators say she had been there 5 hours while he gambled inside. she was alive, confused and initially incoherent. here is how people reacted today. >> ridiculous and criminal. he needs to stay in jail. and i hope that they find help for her. >> somebody like that needs to be locked in a hot car see how it feels. >> a lot of people didn't like the casino going in, some of the concerns were valid. >> reporter: he is charged with neglect of a vulnerable adult. after entering at 1:42 p.m. he didn't come out till 7:25 p.m. at that point first responders were taking care of her for more than an hour. was scott broom reporting for us. on new year's eve a woman was charged with leaving her four- year-old child in the car alone while she also gambled for hours. >>> 4 days till the new silver line is up and running but not everyone is happy about it. commuters are voicing their concerns of over crowding and one person who is leading that
weather late tomorrow. tonight, severe weather across parts of the ohio valley. tomorrow ux a big red bull's eye, a moderate risk of severe weather. don't see many of those. tomorrow is is a weather alert day here at nbc 4. that means for us, extra staff in the weather department. for you, stay ahead of the weather late sunday and sunday night the worst of it. d damaging wian lightning. the tornado threat is up there compared to normal. the storm team weather app, download it, have the latest forecast when you need it. warm and humid during the afternoon. showers and storms developing around 4:00 and 7:00. the worst of the weather i think comes in after 8:00 tomorrow night and could see severe weather lingering into the early morning hours, the overnight hour, sunday night into monday. here's the timing. 2:30, two, three hours from now. the next round of thunderstorms going through. by 6:00, 7:00, out it goes. many dry hours, late morning into early afternoon tomorrow, before the heating bubbles things up. 7:00 tomorrow, not a lot going on, but it doesn't take long after that. 10:00, the b
here and drop off whatever they can to help. food, water, the red cross says they want people to know they don't need anything more. they set up a shelter here at the high school where roughly 20 people stayed overnight. many evacuees are using their own rvs and mobile homes and staying in the parking lot. so, though it may seem like not many people are staying here or using the shelter they are. the reason the red cross knows this, they have been serving as many as 100 people during lunchtime. now, we spoke to a woman who is here with her two children. they will be using the shelter for the first time this evening. they were asked to leave their homes on friday when the fire broke out. they were staying with family, up until this point. >> the fire is close. >> the fire is close to the house. we are not allowed to go home. >> the worst is nobody knows if the winds are going to change or get worse or better, if it will be put out. it is scary. >> now, later on tonight, cal fire spokes person will be here giving an update to evacuated residents that have nowhere else to go,. >> reporte
and other supplies. theyed me at a red cross office in the city of kharkiv zblchblts everyone was killed. especially the elderly. i don't understand why they're doing this. the children are being killed too. the shelling destroyed just about everything. >> translator: i was so scared. i waited for the gunfire to scoop. then i was able to get out of my house. that's how i got here. >> red cross workers said more and more people are coming in. the workers are worried aid supplies could run out. >>> japanese government officials have released some figures that provide a clearer picture of the economy and the numbers have proved to be a bit of a surprise. ai uchida joins us from the business desk. what is the latest? >> government officials released the latest figures on employment. they say there were more openings for people looking for jobs and analysts expected the numbers to stay where they've been in may. but officials at the internal affairs ministry say the unemployment rate rose 0.2 points to 3.7%. the figure went up for the first time in ten months. but labormy industry officialing
on sunday. >>> red light cameras will keep an eye on three of the most dangerous intersections and those caught will pay a $300 fine. john rawlins live now. >> reporter: i'll tell you we had a briefing from police, we are at old york and susquehanna, and it may not look like it, but it's the most dangerous place in abington township. one of three sections where red light cameras are focused, they are the first three in the suburbs only philadelphia is authorized to have them. they say that red light cameras used in philadelphia and elsewhere cut the number of serious accidents at intersection and we talked to chief bill kelly for his hopes on what they will see here. >> we are looking for people to be alert and obey the law. >> we'll have to try to make the intersections safer and reduce the injuries occurring from the accidents. automated red light enforcement. that is the name for it, three intersections here in abington. old work and old welsh and the abington side of moreland and fitz watertown. if you are an offenders after october 1st there will be actual finds of $100 for folks th
. and in that, year, 2010, the republicans picked up two seats previously held by democrats in red states, states that john mccain had carried in 2008. and four seats in blue states, states that barack obama had carried. this time around, everybody agrees, that there are 14 seats in play that the democrats now hold. the seven of those are in red states, that mitt romney carried. and three of them are in montana, south dakota, and west virginia, are seats that the democrats are virtually conceding. they're also seven more races in blue states, and in two of those the republicans lead in polls now. i think this was a little bit of, sort of "the new york times" playing to its audience. i'm not certain there is a wave like 2010 but there's a wave of its own. this time around given dynamics of the board. jenna: since we got into the way back machine, get into the present machine if we can as well with "fox news poll" that asks interesting question. basically asked if you who would you vote for if congressional election held today, a dead-heat, karl, democrat, republican, 42%. everything going
a little bit of swelling, redness at the site of injection, but relevant complications are not really something to be worried about. >> those are more local side effects. what about if a child hasn't tolerated a vaccine well the first time? should i continue with the immunization? >> we need to differentiate very well. there are certain rare but complicated problems after vaccination that can be a reason to change the immunization rate or use a different product or stop the vaccination because the risk of subsequent immun ization, but that has to be weighed. >> if in doubt, after gp. thank you so much for being with us today. >> you are most welcome. >> if you can, see your doctor soon to get yourself vaccinated. do not forget to send in any questions you would like us to ask our experts in our studio. interview. >> in an upcoming show will be talking about relaxation techniques. some people find it tough workout the most relaxing thing in the world, while others prefer more gentle techniques. if you have got a question about relaxation, write to us at ingoodshape at dw.de. the key wo
in red. very intimidating wearing red. we'll get to that in a moment. >> hold back. i actually talked to the head of the nfl hall of fame yesterday and he alluded to the fact that all sports evolve over time and there are medical professionals that have come out in full force saying that there are lasting effects of these concussions. i have a lot of nephews who play football. i'm concerned about it all the time. he says the nfl is better than before. look at ratings and taken dance prove that. should they be implementing these measures to keep people more safe? yes, i think so. i know there are -- >> harris, i know what you will say. >> i think this is spot on. i have a lot of friend who played in the nfl. we had terry bradshaw on this couch. >> who suffered a lot of concussions. >> back then the equipment was nowhere near as good. >> what they say it is cumulative effect. >> yep. >> if you can start this as earlier age, i don't know if high school is where you want to do it. >> or middle school. >> applies to both. >> i could see it in the earlier years but if this save as child fro
. as you come back here live, the amount of grief is intense. a red cross shelter has been set up at nearby bartram high school. dozens of evacuees have checked in there so far. from the update we got from red cross, they are expecting more. the fire commissioner will give another update around noon and we'll bring that to you at 6abc.com as soon as possible, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> two teens were shot overnight and police are looking for the person who pulled the trigger. the gunfire broke out around 11:00 p.m. around the 2,000 block of east atlantic street in port richmond, an 18-year-old and 15-year-old were shot in the leg, both were treated at temple university hospital. the motive is under investigation. >>> a man was run down by a car in west oak lane and police say the female driver did it on purpose. it happened along the 7400 block of fayette street around 9:30. the man was rushed to albert einstein medical center. police are trying to figure out exactly what set all this off. >>> a 3-year-old crushed by a security gate that fell outside rita's water you ice w
and is unable to attack them by its own agreement. >> we also received information today about a red cross building that was damaged. what happened there? >> there was a red cross building south of here that was torched. it's not clear why people came after the red cross building. but the fact is, what's going on in gaza now is that there's a foreign army whose attacking it. there are a lot of foreigners here who are trying to photograph, document and also help gazans. and there's a tremendous feeling of frustration and entrapment here. the other thing that had gone on was that there was a bit of anger towards the red cross based on some rumors that had gone around before the evacuation or the attempted evacuation of a u.n. shelter in the north of here. i don't know if this had anything to do with it. but what had happened was that there was a rumor going around that there were red cross vehicles that were going to get people out of the shelter. then as people were gathering, there was an attack on the shell ter that killed 16 people. one of the days that i was in the hospital where these
. the video shows the red truck zooming past there fast forward about 30 seconds another truck is seen leaving a parking space. then the red truck quickly backed into the spot. >> oh. >> smashing the car behind it. red truck then left the scene. police say the driver had just stolen the truck from a construction site hit several other cars as he made his escape. they say the thief eventually stopped near san francisco city hall tried to run but a nearby fire crew tackled him, held him down until the police officers finally arrived. >> wow. all right. another wild traffic incident led to an arrest this one in southern california. it began as a car chase with police pursuing a bmw as it weaved in and out of traffic from los angeles to malibu. then a man abandoned the car in a parking lot and tried to escape down a steep hillside. that plan didn't work with the helicopter following his every move. police arrested the man whom they originally went after for allegedly shooting at an officer. >>> well, the father of one of the ucsb shooting victims is teaming up to push for tougher gun contro richa
at this bucks county apartment complex, fire tore through the attic and roof area. it was a busy night for red cross here and other fire scenes. thick clouds move across the area and soon the sky opened up. in manayunk heavy rain drenched main street and those who were walking on huddling under umbrellas. lightening lit up the sky in new jersey. in berks county, heavy downpours sparked flash flooding. some drivers risked navigating the high water and got stuck. in levittown lightning struck this apartment complex. the fire broke out at 8:20. 1 a few minutes were displace -- 12 families were displaced and getting assistance from red cross. neighbors reported a boom and then saw smoke in montgomery county. firefighters were met with heavy fire on the outside which was spreading quickly. the red cross is assisting a family of four. >> we have expensive damage on the roof area. most of the roof is gone, the second floor has expensive danch. >> reporter: back live in levittown, the second floor windows are boarded up, investigators trying to determine if lightning was the cause of some of these fi
and the fire commissioner. right now i will bring in a person with the american red cross. you have been helping the families and first responders. >> this is a sad day for our community. we lost four children. anytime there is a death due to fire it's significant for our community. i can't tell you how hard this is on first responders, on our volunteers, but most importantly so we have been providing spiritual care, mental health care to address their immediate trauma, but we also set up a facility at bartram high school physical needs. >> because everybody is going to the high school now, i imagine you are seeing that emotion come out from the people who not only lost their loved ones here, but the people that lived in the neighborhood? rocked by this tragedy. we do have family members there, and we have neighbors, and anybody who needs support we are providing for that support. it's the emotional trauma that people fail to think about sometimes, but that's really what is most devastating right now. >> thank you so much for your time. we know you have a busy day ahead. we are going to
on its side. police say the 48 year-old driver of the cadillac ran a red light, traveling southbound, on sixth and t boned the the bus and carrying three women. the the bus then slammed into a light pole, which felon a man walking by. >> i just jumped in abe helped people out. people were screaming inside of the vehicle. i just jumped at it. she was hanging on to the seat belt. >> the victims were taken to temple and hahnemann university hospital. they were stabilized. the driver of the cadillac was arrested for dui. >>> happening today, pink slips are expected to go out to employees of the yet another atlantic city casino. >> the owners of the trump plaza say they are planning to close in september. fox 29's jennifer joyce following the story live from the news room, jen. >> reporter: more than 1,000 employees are expect to receive pink slips at the trump plaza in atlantic city plans to close its doors for good come september. we first reported possible closure last week making trump place at third casino to announce its plans to close by the even of the summer and the fourth this y
you. oh, look, on "red eye." >> coming up on "red eye." would grizzly bears make excellent garbage men? probably not. we will look at one daring town who had the guts to try it anyway. and what does the president think about americans who say they can believe it is not butter? >> now this question isn't new. at least as george washington served as commander-in-chief i think they are wrong. >> and who would win in a fight between a peacock and a chevy? it is a question the lame stream media didn't even bother to ask. none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> and now let's welcome our guests. she was her school's value law duck -- valedictorian. i am here with jedediah bila. well, she is waiting for a man to sweep her off her feet. silly. sweeping is a woman's jupe. it a woman's job. it is joanne nosuchunsky. and comedian remi. and his look traveled from the 1970s just to be here tonight. sitting next to me, nick gillespie, editor-in-chief of reason.com and reason tv. nice hair. >> a block. the lede. that's the stories story. that's the first, story. >> i keep waiting for the voic
are on church street, not market street is we can show you the transit only lanes that are colored red. they are behind me. now the lanes, of course, for the express use of public transit as well as taxis. private vehicles, you can use them but only if you are making an immediate right turn to the next street. the color red is a deterrent against violators. beginning tonight, they will color the transit only zones on market street red, hoping for the same results. many cars like this one, simply ignore the transit only lanes. right now, they are spelled out in big, white letters. >> this is every day, all day, very frustrating. >> reporter: she is a muni bus operat operator. >> a lot of times, it's for people to travel down the lane because the other lane is so congested. bicycles don't want to use their lane because of the congestion of the cars. >> reporter: starting tonight, muni hopes to change that. they will color the lanes. the choice of color, bright red, like a red flag, a warning that it's a place you shouldn't be in. just to be sure, cameras on buses capture the violators pa
, the owe riley factor. >>> tonight on "red eye." >> coming up on "red eye" is the government secretly training an all lumber jack army? if so what took so long? we pick up where no other show left off. and how does the president feel about greg gutfeld's desire to do an entire show come pollutely nude? >> i have actually met that guy before, but i gotta call things as they are. it is not sexy. it is wrong. >> and finally, the most incredible canine versus feline showdown of all team. who came away victorious from this epic battle? stay tuned to find out. none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> i wish they were. and now let's welcome our guest. she is from the uk. that's the university of kentucky, go wild cats. i am here with author and broadway.com news editor i'm ma general lloyd webber. she wears her sunglasses at night because she is usually wasted from huffing paint. it is joanne nosuchunsky. you can't sell no sexting with no sex. the blaze.com editor and host the the buck sexton show hosted by buck sexton. whenner there is a will there is a nerdy guy with glasses. >> a bl
blah >> coming up on "red eye." a giant evil grandmother attacking the innocent people of england. our pam of military experts weighs in on what can be done to stop them. and how far did the president travel to purchase a pack of gum? a five-hour bus ride and a 7 hour bus ride and a 6 hour bus ride and a 5 hour bus ride and another 6 hour bus ride and another 7 hour bus ride. >> and finally is staying home thinking about karaoke more fun than doing care row key? our panel debates in a three-commercial segment. >> that would be a great story. first let's welcome our guest. she is like a box of cake mix, dehydrated, cheap and a party favorite. i am here with joanne nosuchunsky. oh i thought that was something new. paint often says that's as interesting as watching tv's andy levy dry. it is tv's andy levy. he is a big fan of bush, the president that is. rick granell, spokesman to four u.s. ambassadors. he is a magician. it is penn gillette. pen and teller is on wednesday on on the cw. you can see the duo on wizard wars on august 16th on sci-fi and then penn hosts "camp stu" on thursday on
, a pressurized pipe so it provides a red dante pipe to carry flow in south particularly in the northeastern quadrant of the city. this has failed multiple times. we have had a number of emergency room repairs in the past and this project will provide for redundancy for us to be able to transport the sewage to this portion of the city. i also am requesting for a correction in page 4 of the ordinance. on page 4, item, there is a bullet item no. 2 which states the puc and board of supervisors discretionary adoption of ceqa findings for the project following review of consideration of completed project related environmental analysis were required pursuant to ceqa state guidelines and administrative code. the project has received ceqa approval through the board. so we request that for that bullet item to be stride out # -- striked out from the ordinance. >> okay. thanks very much. mr. city attorney i believe we can just amend this. okay. why don't we first move on to our budget analyst report. >> mr. chairman and members of the committee. table 2 on page 75 of our report shows the projected dea
as possible. >>: of course it is a 580 which is still pretty clear that because it's also been the big red the chp while similar a lurked has authorized the grades to use interstate 580 normally they are prohibited. it will cost you about things5 to 8 min for your drive times. i believe the accident may have been cleared but there is a clearer slowing. >>: the golden gate bridge as a lot of fog every player is really pushing it nicely. but mostly cloudy falkirfog, to indt those claws will return to the coast light wind its apache fault after midnight. --fog and i'll take the developing booze now the car crashes in san jose. this happened around 4:00 the sorted you see police officers are still are the seeds. they just started off as a pursuit the suspect lose control of the car is limited to the house. fortunately this was a vacant hope. --home, some of them have guns either side. there will begin their midst even a shotgun. the year of the see their here are the seedsse d throughseen, it arrests the smarty a terrific crash between a mother and her baby girl friday in the east bay. trotter
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